You know a film that tackles maybe a controversial or taboo subject matter, or simply a different point of view. For example, the recently released Downfall, a German film chronicling the few days of Hitler's life. I believe there was mass criticism in Germany with people claiming the film "humanises" Hitler. I remember thinking to myself "but is the film any good?" Personally I can't think of one film that has upset or angered me for example, with the view point it has taken on a particular subject. Maybe because Im still pretty young a lot of my views aren't set in stone yet, as a result I think I can watch most films (as well as books and music) purely on an artistic level. Weather or not this is an advantage or disadvantage I haven't a clue yet. Does the fact that I don't know that much about the life of Che Guevara help or hinder my enjoyment of Motorcycle Diaries? And are all the people who consider Che a terrorist and refuse to watch it, missing out on a great film? Have you ever boycotted a film because of your beliefs or view points?